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  • If they are posts – change them from published to drafts (to the right of the box where you write content)

    If they are pages – same thing – change from published to drafts.

    But the Recent Articles still shows even when there’s no post made. I want it removed entirely.

    Is it on the sidebar?

    No, at the bottom of the page. check this link http://www.senomuoja-ng.com/

    You have it set as under maintenance – can’t see it.

    Let me take a look at the theme.

    Did you make any changes to the theme?

    Sorry for that, I have released it now

    I think that the recent articles function is built into the theme. I installed the theme on one of my sites and it added the “Articles” section with posts, pages, comments, etc in the dashboard.

    You can remove the button from the sidebar in the widgets section – under Appearance.

    As for removing the Recent Articles section in the main body area of the page below your boxes ‘our values’ and ‘our services’ – that’s a theme edit.

    Two articles to look at: http://codex.wordpress.org/Theme_Development and http://codex.wordpress.org/Child_Themes. You might be best off to create a child theme that removes the Recent Articles code.

    It might be easier to choose a theme that is easier to work with and not designed to be used as a repository of articles and books – check out Appearance and Annotum settings (all geared towards journal articles).

    You can put the site under maintenance mode again.

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